I have been busy on the programming front so hardly finalized the artsy front but now have finally finished the Flash project I worked on. It is essentially a heradly generator which allows you to create your own Coat of Arms. I found some similar stuff on genealogy and heraldy pages but most of them were more about the formulas and rules defined by medieval heraldy while not looking to be create nice looking coat of arms.
This one is more of an art editor meant to allow anyone to shuffle together his own shield without being limited in his imagination or having to be capable to draw or paint anything.
You'll find it here:Fant
A while back I created a couple of truetype fonts of several writing systems and runic alphabets I had devised. Because of several requests concerning an example page of mine in the gallery I now offer them to download on my homepage.
Some of them a several years old, some of them incomplete but they should be suitable for your rpg round or world development projects to give some flavour to some of your stuff.
You may freely use them for any non-commercial works or application. I only would appreciate it if you give me credit by adding my name and deviantart gallery or homepage URL!
The url to my homepage can be found on my profile info or
In an effort to bring you more stuff to see while preventing me from doing extra work ,;) I compiled a slideshow of the development stages of Spearwoman ( > final ). You can download the quicktime movie (~8 MB) at here at my homepage
I hope you enjoy. I must say such snapshots of my development stages in a painting really help me to appreciate the progress I made, esspecially when I get stuck with something and can't work it out properly. It usually helps to see that it is indeed progress, just doesn't look that way when your head deep in it. :)
After a long dryspell I finally found my way back to some illustration works. Hope you enjoy and I hope I can deliver some more stuff in the not so distant future.
I really want t get back into the saddle. I recognize how I rather devolved over the past years and now only slowly get back to where I want to be.
Enjoy and thanks to all who faved my pictures!
Comment much, comment long, comment hard!
I really appreciate feedback.
A general thanks to anyone taking the time to comment on my stuff. It always appreciated to know what others think and some praise cannot hurt to fight the general depression, an artist has at all times when his skills are not yet where he wants them to be. So thank you!
Cya, I'll try to get some more stuff done in the future!